I'm using Fedora FC15 kernel 3.0 64bit.
I use a M-Audio d66 sound card, which now is not alwaqys being found and
when it is. the sampling rate is only 48000.
I need its full range, 11025 is a must for one app I use for ham radio.
I've tried several distros in the past, I dont like ubuntu due to mits
restrictions on servers and multi users.
Loading the kernel 2.6.33 RT shows the card every time and pa_devs shows
all its possible sampling rates.
Can anyone suggest a distro which is audio friendly that is alsa
I could go back to fed fc14, but then I'm stuck with an obsolete system.
I need something which will not be made obsolete, and some protection
from the over zealous developers that want to make it more like windows.
There is currently some network problem affecting the vt.edu uplink
which hosts linuxaudio.org. We do not yet know the details and the issue
is outside of our scope but the Virginia Tech Admins are on to it.
Apparently low bandwidth requests - such as email - still make it
through occasionally. We're sorry for the inconvenience.
I am looking to buy a netbook to run ubuntu on (unless someone has a
I don't need it to be super powerful as I will use it mostly for
power-point presentations and running some basic pd patches or csound
instruments. Any recommendations would be much appreciated.